I Love You More -A Poem

As I look at my sleeping beauty, beside me in my bed

I hear her easy breathing and thoughts fly round my head

When did I stop watching, seeing what’s so pure

When did I stop hearing, the sounds that still assure.

I think I’m a good mum,and sure I do my best.

My daughter is my everything, fills the heart that’s in my chest.

Am I worthy of her adoration, deserving of her trust?

I see her here beside me, snoring gently by my side.

Shes dreaming of a shiny world,my fear I have to hide.

My love for her is infinite

Her innocence I treasure.

I wish I could protect her , shield her from the gloom.

Wish I could keep her safely sheltered,as she was within my womb.

This sleeping beauty is mine tonight, hidden from the world.

Tomorrow she’s back out there ,the big world to explore .

I hold her heart in mine and could never love her more. xxxx

I Love You More , my little Mini-me xxx

Nite nite

two cute sheep hanging on washing line holding red heart - vector illustration

 

Black Sheep xxx

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